Disclosure in family court and the need for co-counsel


Disclosure in family court and the need for co-counsel
Posted in Gary Joseph Posted on October 22, 2020

Family law matters have become increasingly complex. Managing a family law trial now involves the usual presentation of evidence but the extent of documentary evidence necessary has greatly expanded with the focus on disclosure as articulated in a number of decisions of the Court of Appeal. Now layer on the complexities of a COVID-19 virtual trial and one is left to wonder how all of this can be handled by one counsel for each party.

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